Gallagher Fears Further Legal Action For Talking About Liam

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September 30, 2011 | 11:25am EST

British rocker Noel Gallagher is now overly cautious when he speaks publicly about his estranged brother Liam, because he fears he will be sued again.
The former Oasis siblings have been feuding with each other since the band split in 2009, which culminated in Liam issuing a high court writ againstNoel earlier this year over comments he made at a press conference.

Noel alleged the Wonderwall hitmakers were forced to pull out of Britain’s V Festival two years ago because singer Liam had a hangover, but his brother was infuriated by the remarks and insisted he had a doctor’s note confirming he was suffering from laryngitis.

Now Noel fears more repercussions if he continues to make remarks about his sibling.

Asked about the legal battle, he tells NME.com, “Well I can’t even mention Liam’s name because I’ll get sued. If he hears your voice mentioning his name he’ll sue you. He’ll sue you behind this camera, he’ll sue the viewers of NME.COM for even thinking, even thinking about him. So bearing that in mind I’d like to say ‘no comment’.”

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